Access to sybase API

Neotaku neotaku at free.fr
Tue Mar 6 14:09:05 CET 2001


    Yes of course thanks a lot i will try you new module with a friend

see ya

"Dave Cole" <djc at object-craft.com.au> a écrit dans le message news:
m3zoezxjly.fsf at vole.object-craft.com.au...
> >>>>> "Carsten" == Carsten Gaebler <cg at schlund.de> writes:
>
> Carsten> Neotaku wrote:
> >> I search a code source for python to access Sybase thru API
> >> connexion the Sybase DB-Library API or Sybase CT-Library (aka the
> >> Client Library) API
>
> Carsten> Have a look at Dave Cole's Sybase module:
> Carsten> http://www.object-craft.com.au/projects/sybase/
>
> I have been slowly rewriting this module to make it as close to 100%
> DB-API 2.0 compliance as possible.  My new version has split the
> module into a Python part and a C extension module which is a fairly
> thin wrapper on top of the Sybase CT API.  I am getting fairly close,
> but the pressures of earning money keep forcing me back onto real
> work.
>
> For some people, the new version of the module might be good enough
> already to replace the current 0.12 module.  I have not placed a link
> to the new module on the homepage because I want to wait until the new
> module can completely replace the old module.
>
> If you are interested in giving the new module a spin, or you are
> interested in how the CT library works, you can get the work in
> progress from:
>
>         http://www.object-craft.com.au/projects/sybase/Sybase-0.21.tar.gz
>
> If you were not happy with the speed of cursors in the old module then
> you should try this one.  Cursors are now about five times faster
> because I am no longer using ct_cursor().
>
> In some ways, the new module is much closer to DB-API compliance than
> the old one.
>
> - Dave
>
> P.S.  If you want to hekp out with the implementation, I will
>       gratefully accept patches.
>
> --
> http://www.object-craft.com.au
>




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